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Microsoft Low Code Application Development Specialization

Program Overview and Requirements

Program Overview

The market for low-code application development tools is growing quickly. Using the Microsoft low-code application development platform, which includes Microsoft Power Apps and Microsoft Power Automate, partners can help customers rapidly develop custom and flexible low-code line-of-business solutions that integrate existing systems and data to drive innovation and efficiency across their organizations.

Partners with the Microsoft Low Code Application Development specialization demonstrate verified knowledge, substantive experience, and documented success in supporting customer adoption of Microsoft low-code solutions.

Partners who earn a specialization will have a customer-facing label displayed on their business profile, gain access to specific go-to-market programs, and be prioritized in customer searches in Microsoft AppSource.

Learn more about specializations.

How do I apply?

Only administrators of an organization's Microsoft partner account can submit an application for the Modernize Endpoints specialization. If you are the administrator for your organization's Microsoft partner account, you can apply by signing in to your Partner Center account and navigating to the specializations section of your dashboard.

What are the requirements?

Eligible partners must meet the highest standards for service delivery and support. All requirements will be verified by Microsoft and/or a third-party vendor, either automatically or by manual review, and are subject to change.


Your organization must have an active Solutions Partner for Digital & App Innovation (Azure) or Business Applications designation.


Your organization must have at least five unique customers as new deployments, each with at least one application deployed in that customer's production environment. The customer's production application must meet the following criteria within the trailing 12 months (TTM):

  • A production Power App is an app in a production environment with at least five users and 50 sessions per month.
  • The app must be built on paid eligible SKUs: Power Apps per User OR Power Apps per App OR Portals. Learn more about Power Apps pricing.
  • Each app must have the partner user listed as the owner or co-owner of the application and have the same user associated to your Partner Center account through Partner Admin Link (PAL). Learn more about linking a partner ID to your Power Apps accounts.


Your company must achieve growth in Monthly Active Users (MAU) of at least 35 percent across your customer base in the trailing 12 months (TTM). To be eligible for the growth calculation, your customer base must have at least 50 MAU at the start of the TTM. Growth in MAU is calculated:

  • Across all PAL-associated applications in your customer base.
  • At the application level, only paid subscriptions under the customer's tenant will qualify.

You must have Partner Admin Link (PAL) associated to your Partner Center account to earn this specialization. You must perform this association for all your customer deployments. PAL will be used to calculate all requirements listed in the performance section above.


Your organization must have individuals earn the following certifications:

Your organization must have at least five individuals with the certifications listed above. The certifications can be held by the same or different individuals.


Your organization must have at least one Power Apps Consulting offer published on Microsoft AppSource with Power Apps as the tagged product offer.

Learn more about publishing consulting offers.